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Iconic, distinctive, and quite affordable this 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air looks great in two-tone, and you have to love the stares you get with a cool pillarless hardtop sedan.
The turquoise and white have a vibrant style. We're told this was restored around 2001, and the luster this continues to have today tells us it has been treated with care by its one-owner ever since. But more than just looking cool, the hardtop sedan is actually a rarer classic than the hardtop coupe. And regardless of the number of doors, you still get that unmistakable '57 Chevy hardtop appearance with the pillarless profile, iconic trim, and dip in the door line. Plus, the legend would not be complete without the intricate rear bumper that's crafted into the tailfin design. And of course, the huge chrome front end looks like a 10,000-watt smile. It has the right stylish classic details, like the golden Chevrolet chevron emblems, but there are also some cruiser updates. The spinners on the wheel covers, dual aerials, and rear fender skirts are the kind of upgrades they did back in the day.
The exterior's two-tone theme is carried into the interior, and so this attractive coordination is another reason to roll all the windows down and show off the full package. You'll love the look right down to the details, like the taut headliner and button-top seatbacks. There are crisp, clean gauges behind the highly stylized Bel Air steering wheel. The rest of the chrome on the dash looks amazing. As you look over the full interior, there are just the right well-integrated upgrades to make this a better cruiser. There are now seatbelts for both rows, and the Wonder Bar AM radio has been reworked to accept Bluetooth for the best in driving music.
Part of what makes these cars a legend is that the Tri-Fives were the ones to introduce the Chevy small block V8. So you'll be happy to lift the hood to reveal a cleanly painted engine bay that features a 283 cubic-inch motor. Fully decked out in Chevy Orange gives this a real presence radiating from within all the tidy mechanicals. Plus, the dual exhaust gives it the right hint of tone you want on a small block '57. And features like the Powerglide automatic transmission and modern Goodyear tires make this an easy cruiser.
Complete with a service manual, an iconic classic that leaves a lasting impression is rarely this affordable. That's why you know you have to act fast to take it home. Call today!!!
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